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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
is your only real safe
guard against loss of
appetite, poor diges
tion, and general
weakness. You must
help Nature to main
tain strength and
vigor. With the aid of
you have a combina
tion that is sure to re
sult to your benefit.
Was Member of G. A. R.
Mrs. Kndy Hrowncll, who died nttho
ago of seventy-two, In Norwich, N. Y.,
was the only woman ever mustered
in as a full member of tho Grand
Army of tho Republic. Sho designed
a special uniform and followed her
husband to Washington, joining his
company, and saw scrvlco with him
during tho first battle of Hull Hun, and
she was also In other battles of tho
Civil war. Sho was custodian of the
Jumel mansion in New York for a
number of years after tho war and
received n special medal for action at
tho fall of Nowburg.
Only Wedding Gifts Assets.
"I sou that Jones has failed, lias he
"Nothing of nny value. Tho In
ventory which ho filed with his pet!
tlon In bankruptcy shows that bo had
2.'!0 wedding presents."
Sugar beets can bo grown success
fully in Ireland recent government ox
Klchcs may have wings, but povertj
never files very high.
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 8-1915.
Money you bet on tho maro doesn't
always push her under tho wlro first
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"I nailed the lie."
"And I hammered tho liar." Bal
Stubborn Cold and Irritated Bronchial
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Many a woman boasts that she can
marry any man she pleases who
doesn't seam to please any of them.
Speaking of the War.
Patience I certainly am a foolish
Patrice What now?
"Why, I followed that advice, "Seq
America First,' and now there's hard
ly anything In Europe to seel"
"Pa, what Is a skillful strategist?"
"A Bklllful strategist, my son, 1b a
man who knows when to quit"
A Draft-You Catch Cold-Then Follows
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Hy B. O. SBhhBKH. ActltiK Director of
Sunday Helmut Course- Moody llllilo In
LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 21
DOWN TO BASE OF SUPPLY
THE DEATH OF ELI AND HIS SONa
LESSON TKXT-I Samuel 4-1-13. IS.
OOLDBN TBXT-Ilo y! doers of tin
Won!, nml nut liearern only, deliidlnK yotn
own Btlvcs. JnnuH 1:!TJ It. V.
Tho PhlllHtincfl In tho days of Ell
overran iHrnel protty much nt will.
All IHrnel, God's pcoplo, Boon Unow
that God wns speaking through this
I. No Help at Ebenezer, vv. 1, 2. Kb
enpzer wbb that placo whero Samuel
later set up tho atones of commemo
ration (I Satnuol 7:12). Hero tho ac
greHBlvo PhlllRtlnoB ovcrcamo and put"
to rout tho Israelites. Inracl had
sinned and needed correction (chapter
7:3: I's. 100:40, 41). When God's peo
plo neglect him they weakon them
bcIvcb and easily heconio tho prey of
their enemies. Full often tho church
of today stands defeated and dis
graced, nay even turns Kb hack to tho
enemy, becauso it harbors Bin and
Blnncrs In Its ranks (Josh. 7:12).
II. Seeking Help, vv. 3-9. If Israel
really desired to know tho causo of
their discomfituro they did not need to
go far to seek It. Tho trouble was that
they wcro not willing to sco and own
It (I. Cor. 11:31). The reasoning
upon tho part of theso elders seems
to be, "Why have we, Israelites, been
smitten by theso Philistines who are
not God'a chosen people?" It was
absurd and unjust for them to have
to Buffer. Wo henr thlB Bamo aoii
of reasoning today, whereas God would
havo us probu deeper and search our
hcartB, for If wo regard Iniquity In
our hearts tho Lord will not hear us.
At Shlloh, Ell Ib caring for tho ark,
and with tho fntallBin and superstition
that will govern tho ungodly, Israel
Bends for It "that It may savo us"
(v. 3). The ark contained tho tables
of tho law and was tho symbol of the
presence of God (Ex. 2.1:10-22). Their
trust vii8 in tho ark and not in tho
God of tho ark. Such Is over tho dan
ger of formalism In religion. To carry
the ark about Jericho trusting in Je
hovah, wnB qulto different from har
boring tho sons of EH, yet thinking
that God could not let tho ark bo
captured. Tho churches of our land
are tho saving salt, but "if tho salt
hath loBt its savour," if Iloplml and
Phlnehas bear tho ark, nothing but
defeat nnd disgrace can bo expected,
though tho enemy may tremblo (v. 8).
Tho Philistines wero Btrong enough
to smlto becauso of tho weakness of
Israel. They recognized tho shouts
and remembered tho mighty deeds of
Jehovah, which exploits would havo
boon repeated had Israel truly turned
to God. Tlicro was good reason for
tho Philistines to fear. But God was
not on tho Bldo of Israel at that tlmo.
Tho Philistines began to exhort them
selves. Their call (v. 9) was a good
ono and was used later by Paul (1 Cor.
1G:13). For them not to do anything
was to bo captured by their former
slaves. If they fought, they could but
III. The Lost Battle, vv. 10-11. God
would not succor his chosen people,
nor defend the symbols of religion
when tho spirit and heart of that re
ligion had departed (Ps. 78-.CC-64).
Tho two reprobate sons of Eli were
slain as a punishment for their Bins
and in fullflllment of tho word of God
(chapter 2:12; 3:13, 14). Their pun
ishment came in connection with tho
same holy service they had defiled.
IV. The Death of EH, vv. 12-18. Tho
aged Ell, now ninety-eight years old,
was anxiously awaiting news of the
battle, "for his heart trembled for the
ark of God." This anxiety was quite
unnecessary (v. 13). God can toko
caro of his ark. Ell had reason, how
ever, to tremblo for Israel and his
wicked sons. Ho Is an illustration of
thoso Indulgent parents who refuse
to uso discipline in tho care of their
The ark did not return to Shlloh.
After its various vicissitudes It found
an abiding placo in the houso of Abln
adab, whoso son Eleazar was sanctl-
fiod to tako charge of It. Later It
was taken to Jerusalem, and In tho
meantime Shlloh passed into oblivion.
The Golden Text. That wo learn to
do by doing 1b a fundamental prin
ciple in pedagogy. Mero human words
do not chango character. Youth doos
not acquire purity of character by
listening to beautiful statements about
tho virtues. Religion is not a lost re
source. It must bo practiced in youth
if it !b to givo strength, courago and
comfort in old ago. It is not a matter
of creed and formula but a life; it is
not a convenlenco but a courso of
action that governs all of llfo.
It'is not tho turning In lire's testing
times, to thoso forms from which all
llfo has dopartcd.
Parents today scorn to bo lax In
dlsolpllno. Too ofton It is the child
that brings up tho parent Wo neod
to accustom tho child to vlrtuo and
obedience, to teach him truth whllo
at tho knoo, that when "ho 1b old ho
may not depart" therefrom. Whllo
somo children of good parents go
astray yet this Is not tho rule. A truo
Christian atmosphoro and Bplrlt of
servlco in tho homo, tho Sunday
school and tho church aro tho great
est possible safeguards for tho young.
Manager of Supply Company Forced
to a Compromise With Receipt
of Large Order.
Tho tea companies were fighting
each other for tho trade of tho town.
Tho Hoo Tea company gave premiums
with each pound of tea, whllo tho Geo
Tea conipnity did not. Tho result was
that thu latter concern was being
pushed to tho wall. Finally tho (ioe
Tea people reallrod that they must
So, after careful consideration, they
decided to glvo a quart of milk with
ench pound of ten. Business picked
up nt once.
"1 understand you glvo a quart of
milk with each pound of tea," said n
lady ono day.
"Quito right," answered tho mana
ger. "Well, I'm Mrs. Kctchem of lloldom
& Starvcm. We operate a string of
ten boarding houses here. 1 wnnt
150 pounds of ten. Do I get 1G0
quarts of liilllc?"
"Why cr 1 think so," Btnmmereo
the manager. "Will you wait till I go
back and look over tho supply?"
In a mluuto ho came back.
"Madam," ho whispered, "I havo fig
ured up and I ilud that If you will take
200 pounds of tea wo can glvo you a
A "Flying" Malady.
Tho doctors aro puzzled concerning
a Btrange malady that has broken out
nt moro than one ncroplnno works nnd
has In ono caso resulted fatally. Tho
malady in somo respects resembles
yellow Jaundice, nnd It Is, rightly or
wrongly, attributed to contact with an
aeroplane "dope," or to inhaling Its
Further particular need not at tho
moment bo indicated, but It has been
suggested that tho Bourco of tho
troublo may bo amyl acetate, which 1b
used as a "dopo" solvent. Somo mys
tery attaches to tho affair, tho prcclso
naturo of tho malady not having yet
been determined, In spite of close ex
amination and analysis; and, of courso,
until success Is attained in this direc
tion no satisfactory precautions or
remedy can bo devised.
Two little Los Angeles girls wero
talking about tho big cities of tho
United States. Iloslo, who had trav
eled a great deal, and bad been in
many of theso places, was telling
Goldlo about them, at tho latter's re
quest. "I want to go to Mexico very much,"
concluded Rosle. "I havo never been
out of tho United States."
"Haven't you?" asked Goldlo in
tones of superior pity. "Why, I havo.
I have been in San Francisco and Nebraska."
A tiRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT.
Mr. F. C. Caso.
Mr. F. C. Caso of Wclcomo Lako,
Pa., writes: "I suffered with Back
ache and Kidney Trouble. My head
ached, my Bleep was broken and un-
refreshing. I felt
heavy and sleopy
aftor meals, was
and tired, had a
bitter taste in my
mouth, was dizzy,
specks before my
eyes, was alwajs
thirsty, had a
dragging sensation across my loins,
difficulty in collecting my thoughts
and was troubled with short
ness of breath. Dodds Kidney Pills
have cured mo of these complaints.
Dodd Kidney Pills have done their
work and done it well. You are at
liberty to publish this letter for the
benefit of any sufferer v ho doubts the
merit of Dodds Kidney Pills."
Dodda Kidney Pills, 50c. per box at
your dealer or Dotda Medicine Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. Write for Household
Hints, Dainty Recipes; also music of
National Anthem. All 3 sent free.
At Last It's Reached.
Father Vaughan tells a good story
of a certain minister who was
preaching on "Perfection." "Did you
ever know anyone to bo perfect?" ho
asked. "Did you over read of any
man or woman who was quite per
fect?" As ho paused and looked around
among his audlonce, a palo-faced wom
an roso up and said: "Yes, from all
accounts, my husband's first wlfo was
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Fit Frame of Mind.
"How did the prlsonor act when you
accused him of arson?"
"He showed fiery Indignation."
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No Doubt About It
"Does Wombat own or rout hlB
"How do you know?"
"1 know nil right. He scrntches
tho matches on tho paint."
An Eccentric Dancer.
"You say he la an eccentric danc
er?" "Bxtrcmuly bo. lie persists In danc
ing waltzes nnd twosteps."
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!.(!. Advice and books Ires.
Bate reasonable. Highest rclcrenoca. Ucst serf loss.
na ui EimriPFsii i
Rooms from 11.00 op single, 76 cents up doubia,
CAFE MUCKS REASONABLE
If you want a wall board that will give you
the best service at the lowest cost one
that keeps the rooms warmer in winter
and cooler in summer- ask your dealer
Tests made on six high grade Wall Boards show that Certaln-tetd Is the strong-.
est and that it resists dampness and water better than any other Wall Board.
It enn be used in houses, oflices.fnctories.elc.
Permanent find temporary booths ran be
quickly and Inexpensively built with Origin
Uti Wail Board. It enn be applied by any
careful workman who follows directions.
Our Crtln-Ud roofin are koowa and
have mads cood all over the world.
For sals by dtatm tBtrywhirt,
at tttuonabl pricss
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RTorU's tarunt manvfaHurtrt ofBoafng
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At ench of our big mills we make the following-
Slat Surfaced SUagUa
Plastic Roof laa
Oat -door Paints
Refined Coal Tar
Canada is CallinVbn
to her BichWheat Lands
"She extends to Americans a hearty in
vitation to settle on her FREE Home
stead lands of 160 acres each or secure
some of the low priced lands in Mani
toba. Saskatchewan and Alberta.
This year wheat is higher but Canadian land lost
as cheap, so the opportunity is more attractive than
ever. Canada wants you to help to feed the world
by tilling some of her soil land similar to that
which during many years has averaged 20 to 45
bushels of wheat to the acre. Think what yoa
can make with wheat around $1 a bushel and
land so easv to set Wonderful yields also of
Oats. Barley and Flax. Mixed farming
is fully as profitable an Industry as grain
The Government this year is asking
fanners to put increased acreage Into
eraln. Military service is not com
pulsory in Canada but there is a great demand for farm labor to replace the many
young men who have volunteered for service. The climate is healthful and
agreeable, railway facilities excellent, good schools and churches convenient
Write for literature and particulars as to reduced railway rates to Superintendsat
Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to
W.V. Bennett, 220 17th StReea
4, Be DulldlBO, Omaha, Nebr.
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Canadian Gorenuuat At
la Ull aa acre Saber's Csfabago Lroughl tug ( an acre Unions, MM.
DDtolU IBUoanellQH LallMtun rap ll
Whtn Oldoon minhillf ct hl hoiti at Kedron, he selected but 100 QUALITY men lo wla
u. gri vicio v. ou auzvr lur lunr-one years nu oeen t eiccurff, improving sna ongl
eating new Vepetabls varieties, until to-day till Hit contains only tbe cream, the ytrr,
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